Wolves manager Paul Lambert has told the Express and Star that his side need to stop making mistakes and handle the pressure of the big crowds after yesterdays 2-0 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday.
The Wolves manager was left frustrated once more as his side surrendered at Molineux to a Sheffield Wednesday side who looked far and away a better team.
Lambert was left frustrated once again, saying:
“For how strong we were last week, this week individual errors cost us. And that’s against a really good side. They punished us. We started the game really well, Conor (Coady) has had a great chance and maybe should have hit the target.
Then the penalty changes the course of the game. The ball should never have travelled 70 yards across and we should still have cleared it at the back post – I thought Kortney was favourite to clear it. There’s no debate on the penalty.
For the second goal we actually have the ball and we lose it.
So it’s individual errors. We’ve got two young 21-year-olds (Dominic Iorfa and Kortney Hause) in the back line who’ve played a lot of games but we need to be more streetwise than that.”
The defeat meant it is now nine games without a win for Wolves and they find themselves firmly in a relegation scrap as it stands. They have already parted company with Walter Zenga and replaced him with Lambert, and fans will now be questioning whether they can move forward out of their slump.
Wolves fans, what do you think? Do you agree with Lambert? Give us your thoughts and opinions in the comments!